January-February 2018| Vol 29| Issue 1
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Happy New Year! When you read this issue of Urological Science, it is the beginning of Chinese Dog Year! The barking sound of a dog means prosperous in Chinese character too. Wish every reader...
Interventional management of low-flow priapism: A protocol proposal
Priapism is an involuntary prolonged erection that lasts for more than 4 h. Although several interventions have been proposed to manage the condition, these strategies are based on expert panel opinio...
The effectiveness and durability of ureteral tumor stent, the national taiwan university hospital experience
Purpose: We reviewed the clinical experience of using the ureteral tumor stent (Bard®, angiomed UROSOFT) in the National Taiwan University Hospital. We focused on the efficacy a...
Management of urinary tract injuries following total hysterectomy: A single-hospital experience
Objective: This study elaborated on the clinical experience of patients who underwent urologic management due to urologic complications after receiving a total hysterectomy at a regional hosp...
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Performing laparoscopic radical cystectomy is feasible for the elderly with marginal cardiopulmonary function
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to report the feasibility, safety, and benefits of laparoscopic radical cystectomy (LRC) for patients with bladder cancer (BC) who are older than 75 years...
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